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Los Angeles

Grand opening of the Chop Suey House restaurant

Proprietor Iwao Kuroishi.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 45, No. 10 (September 6, 1957)

Select article titles: "'Family hardship' immigration bill OK" (p. 1); "85th Congress in Historic Passage of Civiil Rights Measure" (p. 2); "Formal complaint alleging 200 L.A. frims discriminate in employement lodged by ADL" (p. 6); "White House official Max Rabb to address Tokyo Nisei parley" (p. 8); "Ex.-Oregon ...
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 16 (April 19, 1957)

Select article titles: "15th Biennial Convention Set Aug. 22-25, 1958" (p. 1); "JACL's Anti-Nisei TV Film Project Eyed by U.S. Senator" (p. 1); "Hawaiian Nisei picked 'outstanding young farmer,' grew coffee on lava soil" (p. 1); "Anti-bias bill in redevelopment passes" (p. 1); "Civil rights bill due Senate ...
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 11 (March 15, 1957)

Select article titles: "Fem keglers smash Nat'l CL marks" (p. 1); "Orange county builder denies Nisei home; sued for $10,000" (p. 1); "Chinese Americans feel need of national organization like JACL" (p. 1); Utah civil rights bill gets shelved" (p. 1); "$90,000 advertising TV campaign signed by ...
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Medicine

Nisei's Return Causes Rift In Nurses at Harborview (February 2, 1945)

The Seattle Daily Times, February 2, 1945, p. 15
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 13 (April 3, 1987)

Selected article titles: "AP Students Discuss Issues in Education" (pp. 1, 8), "Asian Candidate Building a Coalition in 'Black District'" (pp. 1, 3), "Takeru Higuchi: Chemist Who Invented Time Release Pill Dies" (p. 3), and "USC Opens Clinic Geared for Older JAs" (p. 10).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 18 (October 31,1969)

Select article titles: "JACL will oppose Eastland bill likely to include Title II repealer" (p. 1); "American concentration camp rumors to persist if Title II remains" (p. 3); "Pulse on the chapters: Seattle police answer to charge of inadequate Issei protection" (p. 5); "'Rights in Conflict' probes problem of dissidents ...
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Arrest, searches, and seizures

Man stacking confiscated radios

Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans were ordered by government officials to surrender their cameras and radios, ostensibly to prevent their use in treasonable activities. It is important to note that there are no documented cases of Japanese Americans taking part in such activities.
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Aliens Deprived of Maps, Photos (January 6, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 6, 1942, p. 2
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Martial Law On West Coast is Foreseen (February 11, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, February 11, 1942, p. 2
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